As many of us have already known, Phish will be releasing a 6-CD box set titled St. Louis ’93 which will feature two phan-favorite shows from one of the best years in Phishtory: April 14 & August 16, 1993. Yes, at one time Phish played cities that were not NYC. St. Louis ’93 is available for pre-order […]READ MORE
Tour openers are unpredictable, they can be hit or miss–will the band dive head-first into the excitement of the tour or will they play it safe, focusing on the essentials to get their feet wet in order to have a good foundation to build off of? Last night fell somewhere in between and at points it […]READ MORE
The four nights were laced with energy, jams, mostly tight playing, and a New Year’s Eve “gimmick” that deserves its spot on the shelf of really cool things Phish has done to celebrate a holiday. The run was a success.
One of the great parts about Phish, though, is nitpicking Phish, so without further adieu, let’s take a look at some of the things Phish did and didn’t do at MSG.READ MORE
With a monumental first set comprised entirely of songs that hadn’t been played all year, including a “Col. Forbin’s Ascent” with narration, and a second set that easily stands up with the best sets of the tour to date, the band added yet another notch to the Win column.READ MORE
Phish returned to Kansas City’s Starlight Theatre for the second time ever to play a beautiful concert that had everyone dancing from start to finish. The first set was dotted with its own highlights before the band came out under the stars to play a nearly seamless second set full of jams that sound like they were plucked out of 1999 because of the tone, style, and the spacey-rock qualities of various jams.READ MORE